Audubon Announces Trainings and Community for Local Climate Leaders
Invitation to Join, Take Action, Make a Difference
Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS) is kicking off a new series of programs and trainings this fall as part of the Climate Action Community Leadership Project, made possible in part through a grant from the National Audubon Society’s Audubon in Action Program. Some of our past programs are linked below.
The project also provides the online infrastructure through a new ‘Network Group’ to help the organization build a community of Climate Leaders throughout their chapter region which includes Otsego County, Northern Delaware County, Western Schoharie County and Eastern Chenango County. DOAS invites all interested to join the new network and participate in the project. Participation is encouraged for municipal and government officials and leaders, community members, college students, educators and others who reside within or near to our Chapter region who are interested in working to learn about Climate Change and take meaningful action in their communities. It is expected that some funding for projects will be available as well through this project.
The Climate Action Community Leadership Project will help build a regional network of people who are interested in working towards making our communities more climate resilient. It will help provide resources and information for participants to move local projects forward with funding support (as available). Project areas include: educational, native plants, riparian buffers, local government projects, advocacy initiatives, more.
Join Our New Network!
We have created our own network to discuss topics, share resources and information and support participants, provide feedback, and more. Please visit https://network.doas.us to request to join our DOAS Network and our Climate Action Leadership Group.